Clinical research

Tryton I, First-In-Man (FIM) study: six month clinical and angiographic outcome, analysis with new quantitative coronary angiography dedicated for bifurcation lesions

EuroInterv.2008;3:546-552.

Yoshinobu Onuma
Yoshinobu Onuma1, MD; Ralf Müller2, MD; Steve Ramcharitar1, MRCP DPhil; Robert-Jan M. van Geuns1, MD, PhD; Yves Louvard3, MD; Marie-Angèle Morel4, BSc; Marie-Claude Morice3, MD; Richard Davis5, MSc; Aaron V. Kaplan6, MD; Thierry Lefèvre3, MD; Eberhard Grube2, MD; Patrick Serruys1*, MD, PhD
1. Thoraxcenter, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; 2. Helios Heart Center, Siegburg, Germany; 3. Institut Cardiovasculaire Paris Sud, Massy, France; 4. Cardialysis B.V., The Netherlands; 5. Tryton Medical, Inc. Newton, MA, USA; 6. Dartmouth Medical

Aim: To report clinical and angiographic follow-up at 6 months after implantation of the Tryton Side-Branch Stent™ dedicated to bifurcation, in conjunction with standard workhorse drug-elut

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